|DIY Lantern Ornaments|
Hi friends it feels like I have been away from crafting and blogging since ages when actually it has been just a month....life had dealt quite a few blows on several fronts and I was mentally completely drained out.
My creativity is at an all time low right now but I had to make my DT project for Maureen's Rudolph Day Challenge and so do forgive the simplicity of this project.
I made Christmas Lanterns using the Tim Holtz Rustic Lanterns
die using chipboard and glitter foam . The gorgeous magnolia is my favorite and was made using the Spellbinders Magnolia die.
I used glitter foam as it gives so much dimension and is lightweight too.
|DIY Christmas Lanterns|
Festive Christmas colors always cheer me up and making this project was actually quite therapeutic for me!! It is at times like these when one truly appreciates the difference a hobby can make to your life!
|DIY Christmas Decorations|
The white lantern is very simple but I love the cute mushrooms and the way the golden light bulb look!
|DIY Festive Decorations|
I made the bulb portion of the lanterns using shiny golden holographic paper I had picked up from my local stationary shop...it shimmers so prettily when light falls on it.
|Easy Christmas Decoation|
The berries are pollen and the glitter foam pine leaves were cut using a Poppy Stamps die.
|Handmade Festive Decorations|
These lanterns would work as festive home decorations or tags or even as a card front!
I hope you like this simple idea.
Don't forget to participate in the Rudolph Day Challenge
: Dies : Sizzix Tim Holtz Rustic Lantern ,Poppy Stamps Pine Boughs , Spellbinders Magnolia , Cheery Lynn Rose Leaf Strip